Tag Archives: 4th of july

4th of July 2023 Party

By | July 21, 2023

4th of July this year was on a Tuesday and we all had to work on Monday, which was a total bummer. However, we made the best of it. Rob’s Mom and Step Dad threw a big shindig. Rob made Jambalaya over the fire the Drew made. Lots of homemade ice cream Caitlyn’s beautiful dessert… Read More »

The Weekly [7.5-11.2020]

By | July 12, 2020

PICS & GOINGS ON Here’s Katniss hanging out on the deck stairs, which comes down from our bedroom. Here’s the house right before they started installing gutters that’s they extension cord is running in the yard. Here’s the after – Nasty old awning gone is probably the biggest different you can see. And Kayleigh is… Read More »

Grilled Corn with Jalapeno-Lime Butter

By | July 3, 2017

Corn is always a go to side dish for my family. So I’m always in search of ways to make it differently. This Grilled Corn with Jalapeno-Lime Butter is now one of my favorites! Servings: 6 Prep Time: 5 minutes + chill time for butter Cooking Time: 20 minutes Ingredients: ½ cup butter, softened 2… Read More »

Second July 4th Trip 2011:: Blue Ridge, GA {Day 2}

By | July 19, 2011

If you missed Day 1 of our trip read here. Day 2 of our trip to the North Georgia Mountains was filled with seeing the train leave, a “Farmer’s Market,” walking around Downtown Blue Ridge, a parade, visiting Mercier’s Orchards, lots of good food, and hanging out around the cabin. Blue Ridge Scenic Railway The… Read More »

Trip to Murphy, NC

By | July 9, 2010

Tuesday night the week before 4th of July, Rob was talking with his brother about finding something “fun” to do over the weekend. The last few years we have mainly hung out at home and enjoyed time with our neighbors. Before that we headed to Texas to visit my family there. Anyway, after some thought… Read More »

My Story In Photos: The Patriotic Edition

By | July 8, 2008

Looking back through July pictures, I started thinking of the traditions that we’ve had. Back when Rob was in school, the weekend connected to 4th of July was really our only opportunity to go to Texas to visit my family. So we did that for several years, even after he graduated. This first picture is… Read More »